Joyner Library has announced the winners of its 10th annual Joyner Library Graduate Student Art and Design Exhibition, located in the Janice Hardison Faulkner Gallery on the second floor of Joyner Library. Winners were selected from 43 artworks by 21artists that have been on display since the exhibition’s Oct. 20 opening.
Joyner Library offers a few extras every year during exam time to help students make it through long hours of studying. This year, those extras will come in the form of some warm, fuzzy hugs from therapy dogs and some snacks to help them focus.
Led by associate professors Dr. David Dennard and Dr. Kennetta Perry from the Department of History in the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the program will feature a discussion about the role of propaganda in the history of United States race relations and modern popular culture. Portions of the film Ethnic Notions by California Newsreel will be screened, along with other examples that use images to portray racial stereotypes.
The TRC serves students enrolled in teacher education programs and educators in Eastern NC.
Joyner Library's Special Collections includes Manuscripts and Rare Books, University Archives, and the NC Collection.